Citizen Review Board: On August 3rd I sent a FOIA request for emails about the Unite The Right rally, today is the 29th, and I'm still waiting...

Folks, today is August 29, 2017. By my count, it has been 17 days since I emailed the Charlottesville Director of Communications Miriam Dickler a FOIA request for all email communication from/to Jason Kessler and a slew of city officials. The city sought to clarify my request, and also invoked legalese which gave them an additional 7 days to process my request for responsive documents.

It's not surprising that I haven't received any responsive documents yet, from what I hear, they're a little backed up...

According to a search at Muckrock, FOIA requests for Unite The Right are pretty popular these days.

Folks, we don't need to wait for them to tell us what their "independent investigation" finds. We can, and should investigate this disaster on our own. If you'd like to file a FOIA request for responsive documents from the Charlottesville officials, you can do so by following the directions found here.

Restoring the honor!


  1. I have heard back from the city. They are still working on my request but have been inundated with requests.


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